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Watercolor (and possibly some oil and gouache) on Paper or Board
7 3/8 x 10 1/4 visible inches
Signed Alfred Fuller lower left
Matted and framed behind glass 15 1/2 x 18 1/2 inches
Fine condition

Alfred Russel Fuller (1899-1980), a painter, teacher, and lithographer was much associated with Monhegan Island in Maine where he taught during the summers. He was born in Deerfield, Massachusetts and attended Amherst College. In the 1930s, he moved to La Jolla, California and was a student of Roi Clarkson Colman. Reportedly he also taught lithography classes at the University of Arizona. In the mid 1940s, he settled in Maine, living at Port Clyde and Monhegan Island, where he died in 1980. He was a member of the Laguna Beach Art Association and the La Jolla Art Association and he exhibited at the Pennslyvania Academy of Fine Art, the National Academy of Design, and other institutions.